David Pastrnak scored a brace in the Boston Bruins’ 4-3 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers.
The Flyers won this duel on penalties. Bobby Brink and Morgan Frost beat Linus Ullmark to give the Flyers the win.
Joel Farabee opened the scoring in the first half, before Pastrnak equalized five minutes later. Then former Montreal Canadiens Ryan Boehling scored his second goal in as many preseason games to give his team the lead once again. Poehling signed a one-year, $1.4 million contract with Philly this offseason.
Pastrnak tied the game again in the second half with a stunning goal alone. Then Quebec’s Frédéric Brunet gave the Bruins the lead for the first time in the game.
Brink returned both teams to square one by scoring a shot at the goal at the beginning of the third period. The Bruins had a few chances to win the game in overtime, but they couldn’t get the better of Calvin Petersen.
Petersen achieved victory by stopping 16 out of 17 shots directed at him. Linus Ullmark was in net for the Bruins throughout the game. He made 32 saves.
Sweetheart pops up in Vegas
Quebec defenseman Maverick Lamoureux scored the lone goal for the Arizona Coyotes in the Coyotes’ 3-1 defeat at the hands of the Vegas Golden Knights.
The team’s No. 1 pick in 2022, Lamoureux opened the scoring 2:58 into the first period.
But the Knights responded with two goals before the end of the second half. Nicholas Hague tied the game first, then Brendan Brisson gave Vegas the lead with a power-play goal with 15 seconds left in the second period.
William Karlsson completed the score into an empty net. Logan Thompson was light in front of the Knights’ net, stopping nine out of 10 shots he blocked. Connor Ingram made 25 saves in the loss.
Left blows aim for defeat
Quebec’s Nathan Gaucher scored his first goal of the preseason, but the Anaheim Ducks lost 4-3 to the Los Angeles Kings.
Andrew Agozzino and Max Jones scored the other two goals for the Ducks. Tristan Luneau finished the game with a minus-1 record, but did have three shots on goal.
Alex Laferriere, Martin Chromiak, Samuel Vagimo and Hayden Hodgson scored for the Kings.
Robert Marx; Peretz asked
Quebecer Felix Robert collected two points in the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 4-0 win over the Carolina Hurricanes.
Robert has never played a regular season game in the NHL. Last season, he wore a Syracuse Crunch uniform in 55 games.
Robert scored the Lightning’s second goal midway through the second half. He also had an assist on Luke Glendening’s goal. Anthony Cirelli excelled in the victory with two goals.
Quebec’s Yaniv Peretz played the entire match in front of the Canes’ net. He rejected 24 balls in 28 shots.
Assist by Poirier
In the Calgary Flames’ 2-1 overtime loss to the Edmonton Oilers, Jeremy Poirier recorded an assist.
The Quebecois defender was partnered in goal by Elias Lindholm, which at the time made it 1-0 Flames.
Dylan Holloway tied the score in the third period to force overtime. Brad Malone finished the match by defeating Dan Vladar. The Flames goalie concluded his evening with 28 saves.
Jack Campbell was in front of the Oilers cage the entire game and made 34 saves.
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